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The Mazda RX-9 is a sports car produced by the Japanese automaker Mazda that is rumored to be slated for release in 2020. Holiday Auto, a Japanese magazine, reported that would be previewed at the 2017 Tokyo Auto Show, and the final production model would be featured at the same event in 2019. It was not, however, shown at the 2017 event.
As of 2016, rumors called for the car to be released in January 2020, to coincide with Mazda's 100th anniversary, and would be initially priced at eight million yen (US$75511 in 2015). It was believed it will showcase the return of the Wankel rotary engine, but CEO Masamichi Kogai said Mazda will not launch another rotary engine.
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